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The Ripper and the Whoniverse, Part 4

This post follows my examination of the novel Matrix, and looks at the further Jack the Ripper links in Doctor Whomedia since The Talons of Weng-Chiang was first broadcast in 1977. The serial opens as eight women (not specified here as  prostitutes), including Emma Buller, … Continue reading

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The Ripper and the Whoniverse, Part 2

Analysing Doctor Who: Matrix, Continued – When the book’s narrative first moves to the ‘Autumn of Terror’ (page 63), East End local, Jed Barrow has been following “shadows” in the fog for months, and had even heard the “strangled screams” of … Continue reading

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The Ripper and the Whoniverse, Part 1

This updated series of posts (first published last June in Who Etc. http://ecklefecken.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/ripper-and-whoniverse-part-1.html) examines how the Jack the Ripper canon has been depicted in Doctor Who media since that initial mention of ‘Jolly Jack’ in The Talons of Weng-Chiang (1977), with particular emphasis on the novel, Matrix. … Continue reading

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